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Mason Cash Glazed Stoneware 6 Cup Teapot CREAM Bulbous Shape Tea Pot

Original price £17.99 - Original price £17.99
Original price
£17.99 - £17.99
Current price £17.99

Mason Cash 6 Cup Tea Pot:

Taking inspiration from quintessentially British university towns, the Mason Cash Varsity range adds an element of style and sophistication to any kitchen. The Varsity teapot has a bulbous round shape which allows flavours to release freely, is made from fine stoneware and features the Varsity logo.


  • 6 Cup Tea Pot (36oz)
  • High-quality chip-resistant stoneware teapot from Mason Cash
  • The traditional bulbous round shape which allows flavours to release freely
  • High gloss glaze with contrasting logo
  • Microwave Safe
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Approx.6 normal teacups or 3 large mugs.


Mason Cash has been the choice of home cooks and bakers for centuries. The origins of Mason Cash can be traced back to a pottery operating at Church Gresley in the heart of the English ceramic industry in 1800. Church Gresley was located close to all the raw material and fuel sources required to make ceramics and had fantastic transport links to take finished goods all over the UK and the world.

The pottery produced kitchen items made from ‘white and cane’ glazed earthenware sometimes known as 'Yellow ware' due to the colour of the local clay, or 'barge ware' as it was packed onto barges and sent to market.

The pottery was run by a series of Master Potters of whom the most colourful was 'Bossy Mason', which is where from the 'Mason' name came from in the 1800s. Tom Cash acquired the pottery in 1901 and renamed the company Mason Cash & Co.

Mason Cash had been producing mixing bowls during the 1800s, but in 1901 they designed and manufactured the very first iconic Mason Cash mixing bowl. The design of the bowl has endured the test of time and has become something of a design classic. In fact, the design has barely altered since then, which is why the brand is still renowned for its innovative, classic kitchenware today.